how to check the fluid on a manual transmission for a 1989 ford probe gt
what type transmission fluid uses for a 1991 ford probe
If The Probe Is an automatic then your car has CD4E Tranny in it. The pan for these trannys are on the front side of the transmission. They are not underneath it. Hope this helps.
Same place you check it.
on an automatic trans through dipstick tube
The 1991 Ford Probe does not have a transmission fluid intake reservoir. All of the transmission fluid is contained in the transmission.
Manual =2.9 quarts. Automatic =9.3 quarts
You add the fluid in the same place you check it. Where that is, your owners manual will describe. Down below, behind the air filter. Little dipstick with black rubber handle. Need a funnel to fill. -CE
The quantity of transmission oil is 9.6 liters. It is important that Mercon oil is used, not Dexron or any other type.
Check your tranny fluid. If it's full, you need to get your transmission checked. The screen could be dirty and need to be replaced, or the transmission itself could need to be repaired/replaced.
It depends on if it is a manual or automatic transmission. For the manual transmission, there is a 17mm Allen plug in the side of it. Crawl under car and take the plug out. You can buy a fluid pump for about $20 at an autoparts store and the 17mm Allen wrench is about $10 at sears. It is pretty easy on the manual transmission, hardest part for me was finding the 17mm Allen wrench. Automatic transmission?? you cannot put the transmission fluid in by yourself you have to take it either to a V.W. dealer or someone who services these types of transmissions the fluid has to be pumped inif you notice there is no dipstick to check the fluid level that's because they use this probe the stick into your transmission to see how much fluid you have the probe costs about $1500 dollars expensiove yes keep in mind it will cost about $20 a quart the reason why I know this is because I am having problems with my transmission in my 2001 jetta if you have any more questions let me know. email@example.com
It is important to check and maintain the fluid levels while owning a car. The transmission dipstick of a 1993 Ford Probe is located behind the engine, to close to the firewall and it has a yellow cap.
type f auto-trans fluid
There's a dipstick just behind the stock air intake boot, pull it out, wipe off, replace, pull back out, and check level
Transaxie 8.8 qts. Automatic - 2.OL Engine 9.3 qts. -2.5L Engine Manual 2.9 qts.
There is probably a leak in your auto matic transmission, check the level (just the same as checking your oil, but it is in a different place). You can buy the fluid cheaply from the supermarket.
if you look at the front of your tranny. there will be a plug 15/16 big take it out and tranny fluid should come out. if not use a Allen key to put in the hole.
CHANGE TRANSMISSION AND PEDALS CHANGE ALLL THE AUTOMATIC STUFF TO FIVE SPEED STUFF No you cannot put a 89 transmission in a 95. There were 2.2 in the earlier years the 89 transmissions will only fit from like an 89-92. Then from 93-97. Which have a 2.0.
if you can see the dipstick you put it in there if not there will be a tank in the engine
assuming they are the same engine/transmission configuration (ie: 4cyl automatic or 6cpy standard or 4cyl standard or 6 cyl automatic) they are the same and should be interchangeable
behind brake pedal
If its a manual transmission: There isn't one you have to pull the plug on the transmission itself.If its a automatic transmission: Its located near the firewall on the passengers side of the engine compartment.Hope this helps!
It sounds like the modulator is not letting the transmission shift up, make sure all vacuum lines are attached and transmission fluid is at the proper level, if no luck have it checked at a transmission shop.
There are two Bolts on the transmission itself theres a giant bolt on the bottom for removing the transmission fluid and a bolt of the same size on the side.. if possible lift the car but keep it level then take out the bolt on the side of the transmission then stick your CLEAN finger in if you feel fluid up to the bolt hole level then you have the right amount if its low pour fluid in until it begins to pour back out the bolt hole ( pretty hard to do ive swapped 2 transmissions on my old probe and had to find many awkward ways to do this )